Definition of 'Passover'
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She was unnerved when Lisa called just before Passover of `61 to tell her that an article by Marc appeared in a Southern periodical. LASTING TREASURES (1993)
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Translations for 'Passover'
British English: Passover /ˈpɑːsˌəʊvə/ NOUN
Passover is a Jewish festival beginning in March or April and lasting for seven or eight days.
- American English: Passover
- Arabic: عِيدُ تِذْكَارِ خُرُوجِ الْيَهُودِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: páscoa judaica
- Chinese: 逾越节
- Croatian: Pasha
- Czech: pesach židovaský svátek
- Danish: jødisk påske
- Dutch: Pascha
- European Spanish: Pascua
- Finnish: juutalaisten pääsiäinen
- French: Pâque juive
- German: Passah
- Greek: Εβραϊκό Πάσχα
- Italian: Pasqua ebraica
- Japanese: 過越しの祭
- Korean: 유월절
- Norwegian: jødisk påske
- Polish: Pascha
- European Portuguese: Páscoa judaica
- Romanian: paște evreiesc
- Russian: еврейская пасха
- Spanish: Pascua
- Swedish: judisk påskhögtid
- Thai: วันหยุดเพื่อระลึกถึงการอพยพของชาวยิวจากอียิปต์
- Turkish: Musevilerin Fısıh Bayramı
- Ukrainian: єврейська Пасха
- Vietnamese: Lễ Quá hải của người Do Thái
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